Terengganu Football Association (PBSNT) have stated that there are no changes to their vision, despite the appointment of a new Chief Minister in Terengganu
According to Terengganu Football Association (PBSNT), the appointment of new Chief Minister in Terengganu will not affect the vision and the direction of their football teams.
Terengganu recently appointed Datuk Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman as their new Chief Minister, after Datuk Seri Ahmad Said resigned from the post.
Astro Arena reported that the secretary of PBSNT, Arpin Draman, said this new development would not affect any operations and they are running as usual.
He stated that “We are currently managing both Terengganu and T-Team to go as far as possible and we are hoping that the football of this country will always move forward.”
Arpin also added that his side has not received any orders from the new management yet, and they also thanked Ahmad for helping the PBSNT up until this point, and helping the state achieve great things in local football.
Terengganu are currently fourth in the MSL, behind league leaders Selangor; and Pahang and Johor Darul Ta’zim.
Meanwhile T-Team are currently struggling to stay in the Super League, with many poor results early in the season causing them to be rooted in the bottom half of the table.